Presentation of 50-Year Awards
and Distinguished Service Award
|Speaker: ||Dr. Alan F. Bain
D.O., Internal Medicine,
The Center for Integrated Health Care
|Topic:||Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Bringing the power of Bio-Energy into the Mainstream of American Medicine|
3935 W. Devon Ave. Chicago, IL
Founded in 1996 by Dr. Alan F. Bain, The Center for Integrated Health Care (CIHC) is a family practice that provides patients with a unique blend of clinical therapies designed to eliminate disease. Led by Dr. Alan F. Bain D.O., CIHC is a leading proponent of the value of melding together the best of both eastern and western medicine in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Today hundreds of CIHC patients are finding permanent relief from allergic conditions such as asthma, sinusitis, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, and headaches. The Chicago-based Center's professional staff is dedicated to providing clinical treatment which goes beyond your symptoms. By merging together the best aspects of western (allopathic) and eastern (bio-energetic) medicines, the doctors at CIHC provide relief for patients with their allergy-related illnesses. The Center For Integrated Health Care stands at the forefront of a new generation of doctors and clinics who bring about remarkable results by treating disease states holistically.
Biography: Dr. Bain is a board certified General Internist trained at the University of Illinois. He did his undergraduate work in Biology at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and received his medical degree from the Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1988. He held postgraduate internships at Residency Internal Medicine-University of Illinois at Chicago and the Riverside Osteopathic Hospital. His work history includes private practice, Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois Department of Family Medicine. He lectures frequently on the therapeutic benefits of a holistic approach to wellness. He has made several appearances on WYLL 106.7 FM radio show, Let's Talk Health Chicago.
Date: Friday, April 22,
Where: Monastero's Ristorante
Job Club: 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Social Hour: 11:15 AM - 12:00 Noon
Dinner: 12:00 Noon
Meeting 1:00 PM
or, REGISTER ON LINE !Please honor your reservations. We must pay for all dinners ordered. No-shows will be billed.
PARKING: Free valet parking is available
Fresh fruit cup appetizer
Garden Salad with choice of dressing
Broccoli and glazed carrots, penne pasta with tomato sauce
Cheese Cake with fresh strawberry sauce